. That is all because of the return of Dak Prescott. The team’s QB1 is assumed to be the starter on Sunday as he returned to practice after being medically cleared.
The Cowboys had been winning without Prescott, but that wasn’t really because of the offense.
Defense and special teams were playing a large role in the victories, and the running game was also helping out Cooper Rush
. Prescott’s return should elevate the offense as a whole, and especially the passing game.
The Lions have been a good offensive team this season, but have really struggled on defense.
That has left them with a 1-4 record and staring at another losing year. Can they pull off an upset in Big D?
If so, they would be overcoming odds from DraftKings Sportsbook that has them as seven-point underdogs.
Let’s take a look at some fast facts about the game and the teams.
The Cowboys lead the regular season record between the two franchises by a count of 15-11.
That goes to 17-12 when you add in the three playoff meetings between the two.